Marc-André Giguère to Lead Munich Re's U.S. Operations
Giguère has been an executive president for U.S. life reinsurance and head to the health unit.
California Regulators Allege Wells Fargo Term Life Problems
Employees may have signed customers up for coverage without the customers' authorization.
Can We Please Stop Hyping Death and Taxes?
A problem with hyperbole is that it's hard to hold a productive discussion based on hyperbole.
5 Things an Asset-Based LTC Veteran Sees Today
Pat Foley sees different types of solutions appealing to different types of financial professionals.
Digital Application System Eases Fiduciary Rule Blahs at TMA
The life insurance, annuity and LTCI distributor also benefited from the addition of products from Pacific Life.
Life Insurers May Have to Share LTCI Issuer Failure Bills
A top-level NAIC committee hopes to broaden the long-term care insurance guaranty fund assessment base.
Julie Mix McPeak Takes Over As NAIC President
The Tennessee official may have work to do in Washington.
Untimely Fiscal Stimulus Is a Bond Nightmare
What's good for the stock market goose could be awful for the bond market gander.
Life Insurance Application Activity Rises
Consumers under 45 continued to submit more applications for coverage.
ACLI Finds Fewer Life Insurers, More Life Workers
The group reports in its new fact book that life insurers have $20 trillion of coverage in force.